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with the judge. and with ellen and simon gone, too, the big question is who will the next idol be but who is the next judge be? >> reporter: she entered the 8th season over ratings smash virtually unknown. kara diagardi faced criticism as the fourth judge when she joined "american idol." but she quickly proved her credibility and even showed off her fun side. [ music ] >> reporter: and now she follows in the footsteps of simon cowel who departed amid major fan fare in may. and ellen degenereings who announced in july she was leaving after only one season. >> the one and only my dear friend randy jackson. >> and still speculation as to whether or not randy jackson will be back. >> "american idol" needs randy jackson because he is one of the original "american idol" judges. his calm, cool, collected manner works well on "american idol." people love randy as a judge. >> jennifer low pose and stephen -- lopez and steven tyler are rumored to be the next judges. who will be sitting at the judge's table in january? >> jennifer lopez rumor has a lot of basis in reality. she has been on the show
chairs. kara joined, paula left, ellen arrived, now simon, ellen, and kara are gone. the last man standing? randy jackson. >> i'm going to honestly, honestly miss you. it's been a blast. thank you. >> reporter: the big question, can "idol" ever again find the right mix? especially after losing their sharp-tongued standout. simon cowell is launching his own show on fox. >> without simon it's like "the ellen show" without ellen. it's weird. it will limp along. hopefully, it will find new chemistry that will make it relevant for the next generation. >> reporter: whatever they decide, they better do it soon. callbacks start in a couple of weeks. for "good morning america," jeremy hubbard, abc news, new york. >> and if they want steven tyler, they have to lay out the bread. >> and j. lo. elton john. steven perry. a lot of star power there. >> like weekend "gma." >>> another horrific acid attack leaves a woman severely burned. was it a copycat crime? we'll talk to an expert. here, take the card. you go to the shops... i'll meet you at the gate. thanks. please remove all metal objects ou
, dr. joel primack and nancy ellen abrahams. >>> this is the second session with two extraordinary people, nancy abrahams wosay lawyer, a song writer, a spouse, and the coauthor of this volume, which is quite breathtaking. the view from the center of the universe. discovering our extraordinariy place in the cosmows. a new book. -- cosmos. highly placed and the coauthor is sitting right here, his name is joel preand he is one of the world's most successful and recognized cosmonthlygists, astro first cysts. and this is a tour of the universe benefiting by the extraordinary breakthroughs of a series of telescopes, the head of which is the leading telescope is the hubble telescope which is still functioning. now, the hubble is a product of nasa. so you must have high regard for nasa? is that deminished in any way? >> all of us scientists are enormously grateful for the government of the united states and to nasa in particular. but we are very worried that this new focus on putting people back on the moon is robbing the current scientific enterprise of very much-needed resources. in the
. >> what plans you have not recapitalized in is the ellen their ways. deep water was the blue water fleet. you have not recapitalize been is the inland waterways. the border was the blue water fleet. you have sure infrastructures, stations that were built long before that. will anything happen in that area? will there be an emphasis on that? are you simply having to do with -- simply having to make do with that structure? >> we will turn our attention to it. we will put some money in the budget. we refer to our black hole, working boats that are out there. a large portion of it has been replaced. going tenders area practically a new fleet. the when you are focusing on is the inland river tender fleet. granted, they are old as well. we are keeping them together with maintenance money that can be used to do marginal upgrades and improvements to them. ultimately, that fleet will have to be replaced. we are also looking at possible new technologies for doing some of that river work. we will take one thing at a time, although we are taking three things or four things at a time. >> could you ex
says it happens all the time and it can cost you the job you so desperately need. ellen gorden reese is the author of the book with the best title in the world. it is called "can i wear my nose ring to the interview?" . the answer to that is no, unless you're interviewing with a nose ring installer. this is a remarkably detailed and specific conversation we're going to have. you say there are three kinds of interviews. >> right, there are exploratory interviews that people are ignoring, there are informational interviews and concrete job interviews. >> we think of that last one as the interview, but the fact is you really have to think about these in three different baskets. let's talk about the exploratory interview. this is the one we're cop-shooting people about treat these separately. >> people are going into interviews and they're being asked, why do you want to be in sales? and they're saying, i could do sales, i did that for years, but i'm also good at marketing. you can't do your soul searching in exploration in front of a potential explorer. >> what is an exploratory intervi
's time to move on to other projects. simon cowell and ellen degeneres left after the past season. jennifer lopez and steven tyler are widely rumored to be new judges. >> it will be interesting to see. >> it will be. and as we were discussing, we'll see which of the two come out but you have to have somebody in there that has the music knowledge. >> because we're talking about the careers of these kids. somebody needs to know what is going on. and we'll see if we see a scowl there too. let's look at our national satellite shot. we have clear conditions and down in the southwestern gulf, there is a system there we are watching closely. it has a 60% chance of becoming tropical. so we're not sure how it will develop. it's not quite very well organized right now. but as it moves into the warmer waters, things could definitely change. other than that, we have precipitation over the upper midwest and for us we can have conditions across the board. let's look at our two-day forecast. so for holiday monday, we're talking nothing but sunshine. very comfortable. a high of 85 degrees. it wou
he found him a wife. she was a very different character than alum what some -- ellen watson. it was like a switch flipped. there was a very quick reversal in his emotional state that was stabilized. that is an example of a brief interlude three we can think about these things as happening to all of us in our lives in unpredictable ways. some of us may have more genetic risks for certain outcomes including depression and others for it is important to think about the characteristics that make certain leaders better suited for certain challenges and not as suited for the challenges. i would like to go back to talk about the upside. it is not just the downside that somebody can get cancer or get depressed, but it may be that there are characteristics that make people more effective leaders in one way or another. that they are more charismatic, that they have more resilience, that they are likely to live longer or less likely to be an alcoholic or more likely to have more intelligence. it can have an impact on their ability and their skill as individual leaders. if that is true,
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